Dock & Yard Fees

In addition to the following fees, Dock & Yard Policies and Rules are addressed in much greater detail throughout all the Dock & Yard sections further below. Please read all these sections carefully.


(Up to 4 hours no charge in a 24-hour period.)

Non-members – $2.00/foot per 24 hour period.

Members who voluntarily register – $1.00/foot per night

Check-in time begins at noon. Check-out time is noon.  Members who do not voluntarily register will be fined $25.00 and will be assessed a $1.50/ft. the rental rate for their stay.


MYC may provide free temporary dockage (which may include rafting) to boats competing in major regattas starting one day prior and ending one day after the regatta. All competitors desiring temporary dockage must register with the MYC Staff. Competitor boats using temporary dockage before or after this time allotment will be charged the corresponding temporary rates for any additional time. Be sure to check the regatta’s Notice of Race (NOR) to determine if temporary dockage is being provided to boats competing in the regatta. (see also “Transient Docking” on page 75)


Boats left unattended at the dock, on the beach, under the hoist, at the service dock, or any other place that restricts the use of the Club facilities by members shall be charged $50.00 per day.  This fee shall be in addition to the overnight dock, slip or, dry sail fees. The Dock and Yard Committee may also authorize the movement of any boat considered unattended.


46-foot slips are $3,495

38-foot slips are $2,805

34-foot slips are $2,555

30-foot slips are $2,255

28-foot slips are $2,035

* Slip fee includes approval for one dock box at your slip location.


All positions – $825.00


Boats on trailer – $3.00/sq. ft. with a minimum of $200.00.


Dinghy Area (up to 10 ft. in length – in racks) – $100.00

Dock Boxes not located at a slip – $50.00.

Dock boxes must be in an approved location assigned by the Dock & Yard Committee and identified by a legible Club numbered decal. Dock box space rental space runs from March 1st to October 31st. (see also Rule #6 under “Storage of Boats and Items on Club Property”).


No charge for members. Use by non-members is prohibited.


No charge for members. Use by non-members is prohibited.


Inside – $3.00/sq. ft. with a minimum of $200.00.


Outside – $9.00/linear ft.

Inside – $3.00/ sq. ft.

Dinghy (outside) – $35.00

Mast storage (boat not stored at the Club) – $60.00

Members who store their boat at the Club during the winter may store their mast separately at no charge.

* Square footage is determined by the overall rectangular footprint of the boat and trailer.



This fee is for all dry sail storage, inside and outside. The fee includes trailers and is assessed during both summer and winter seasons.


Rental fees for slips and space in a Dry-Sail Area are billed in October. Payment in full must be received no later than December 1st. Any member renting a slip or space in a Dry-Sail Area who has not paid all fees by the due date loses the right to a slip and/or dry-sail space. Members may make partial payments at any time during the year prior to the deadline to assure full payment of all fees by December 1st. Partial payments after the deadline will not be considered as a payment.

Slip and dry-sail space rental fees from new renters are due thirty (30) days from the date of invoice.



Fee Billed Due
 Slips, Hoist Side Dry Sail, Ramp Side

Dry Sail

 Oct 1  Dec 1
 Indoor & Outdoor Winter Storage  Nov 1  Dec 1
 Indoor Summer Storage  May 1  Jun 1

Dock & Yard Rules

Applicable Dock & Yard Fees may be referenced in these Rules and are also listed separately above. Please read all Dock & Yard sections carefully.

Dock and Yard rules apply to members, their guests, and registered transient boaters. Guest is defined in the House rules. Failure to comply with these rules may result in disciplinary action by the Board, as recommended by the Dock and Yard Committee.

Dock and Yard refer to any area on Club property outside of the clubhouse interior; including docks, grassy areas, parking lots, boat launches, boat storage, outbuildings, sidewalks, and pool areas.

  1. The use of fireworks on Club property is strictly prohibited.
  1. Swimming, diving, running, or playing on the docks, seawalls, or boardwalks is prohibited.
  1. Unleashed or unattended animals are not permitted on Club property. Members must clean up after their pets.
  1. Use of grills is not permitted on boats, docks, lawn areas, picnic tables, boardwalks, or dry-sail areas. Grills may be used in the patio area by the pool.
  1. Portable holding tanks may be only dumped in the bathhouse restrooms.
  1. Chartering is not permitted on Club property. Members who charter or loan their boats to non-members must arrange to have the boat picked up and returned elsewhere.
  1. Members who launch boats from trailers utilizing the launch ramp or jib crane hoist, who do not store their boat in a dry-sail space, will park their cars and trailers in accordance with the rules outlined in the “Use of Ramp Side Dry-Sail Area” and “Use of Hoist Side Dry-Sail Area” sections of this handbook.
  1. The beach area is primarily a beach for use by people. Boats may temporarily be pulled up on the beach immediately after launch or preceding haul out.
  1. Access docks by the launch ramp are for launching, haul out, and loading purposes. Mooring, bathing, and fishing are not permitted.
  1. No craft may be left unattended at the service dock, by the gin pole, or other designated service dock for any reason. The service dock is intended for servicing (loading, unloading, and stepping/un-stepping masts). Members renting dry-sail space have the right of entry and exit to their launching areas. Gin pole and hoist use requires users to be prepared, courteous, as well as authorized by the Dock and Yard Committee. The service dock area is not be used for dockage by transient boats. (See also the “Use of Ramp Side Dry-Sail Area” and “Use of Hoist Side Dry-Sail Area” sections of this handbook)
  1. Use of any Club facility or service is at the owner, member, or user’s risk.
  1. Damage to Club property by members or their guests through misuse will obligate the member to replace or repair the damaged property, as approved by the Dock and Yard Committee.
  2. Club furniture shall not be used on any dock.
  1. Decorative items such as flower pots, hanging plants, etc. are not allowed on the docks, finger piers, or securing posts.
  1. All dock attachments are to be authorized by the Dock and Yard committee prior to installation. The Dock and Yard committee must pre-approve all methods for fastening attachments to the docks and pilings. All installations are to be performed under the direction of the Dock and Yard committee. Unapproved attachments will be removed as deemed necessary.
  1. To help ensure a uniform appearance within the marina, only the following dock boxes and steps from Trionic Corp. are approved for use on the docks:

Trionic 8000 Triangular Dock Box

Trionic 8006 Rectangular Dock Box

Trionic DS-200 2-Step

Trionic DS-300 3-Step

For more information visit

  1. Fishing is not permitted on any dock (including the wave attenuator) or moored boats.
  1. The Dock and Yard Committee reserves the right to:
  • Refuse dock space or assign dock space to any craft.
  • Refuse dry-sail space or assign dry sail space to any craft.
  • Modify or suspend any rules due to extenuating circumstances.
  • Recommend disciplinary action to the Board of Directors.
  1. Slip holders are required to check their boat for stray voltage at least 1x per season. See Dock and Yard Chairman or Club staff for assistance.
  1. Signs for any area under the Dock and Yard Committee’s control shall only be placed by that committee.
  1. Members who rent seasonal boating accommodations from the Club must understand that the Club cannot be responsible for the whims of nature or the vagaries of state and federal agencies. If the Club is unable to accommodate a renter’s boat, the rental fee (or an appropriate portion thereof) will be returned to the renter. The Club will not supply nor pay for alternate accommodations for displaced boaters.
  1. Jet skis or personal watercraft shall not be launched, stored, beached, or attached to Club property.
  1. Quiet hours in the Dock and Yard areas shall be from 11:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m. daily.
  1. Sanding of boats or other materials on Club property is prohibited unless an automatic dust collection system is used.
  1. The lifting of boats by use of the structure is prohibited in the Octagon building.
  1. Boat owners are responsible for keeping their halyards properly secured to alleviate mast slapping. Notified boat owners will have 48 hours to remedy the issue or the Dock and Yard Committee will take appropriate action which may include a fine of $25.00. This rule is in effect year-round.
  1. The Dock and Yard Committee recommends using 3 strand dock line and/or snubber for tying slipped boats.
  1. Slip renters should be cautious when tying shore power cables to assure they are out of the water.
  1. With the exception of tanks required by and properly mounted for operation inside boats, members and their guests shall not store fuel in portable fuel containers anywhere on Club property. Prohibited areas include but are not limited to docks, dock boxes, the parking lot, launch areas, dinghies, the dinghy rack, the beach, and the Octagon building.
  1. All member property stored on Club property must be registered with the business office (see Rule #6 under “Storage of Boats and Items on Club Property”).


  1. A portion of the Club grounds is set aside for the storage of boats and dinghies. These areas will be referred to in further rules as the Dry-Sail Area. There are two main Dry-Sail Areas – hoist side and ramp side.
  1. Members and Life Members who would like dry-sail space must be on the Slip and Dry-Sail Area Waiting List (See “Slip Assignment” and “Dry-Sail Areas” sections of this handbook for details). Requests to be placed on the list must include the payment of an annual nonrefundable fifty-dollar ($50.00) fee.
  1. Reservations for indoor and outdoor winter storage and indoor summer storage are by written application to the Dock and Yard committee.
  1. Assignments of indoor and outdoor storage space will be at the discretion of the Dock and Yard committee. Priority will be given to the prior year’s occupant. All other applicants will be assigned on a first-come/first-served basis. All watercraft will be stored in assigned spaces only. Such lists will be placed on the Dock and Yard bulletin board.
  1. Trailers not assigned dry-sail spaces are limited to three (3) days on Club property. After the third day, owners will be charged the current temporary storage fee amount.
  1. All dinghies, boats, masts, trailers, and dock boxes are required to have a legible Club-supplied sticker conspicuously displayed. All other personal properties such as cradles, lifts, etc. are required to have the owner’s name permanently displayed. Violators of this rule will be assessed $50 and have their property stored at cost until payment is made.


  1. Summer storage is from May 1st to October 31st. Summer storage patrons who fail to arrange for summer storage or receive permission from the Dock and Yard Committee, within the time requested, will be subject to additional fees (either temporary or seasonal) for their early arrival prior to May 1st and/or late stays past October 31st.
  1. After November 1st and prior to May 1st, all boats and trailers will be subjected to the fees listed in the Red Book. Any exceptions must receive prior approval.
  1. Any member’s personal property placed anywhere besides designated storage areas must receive approval from the Dock and Yard Committee. This includes items placed on, or attached to, the docks, boardwalks, Club buildings, or yards.


  1. Winter Storage is available on Club property from November 1st to April 30th. Members wishing to use winter storage space must have a completed and approved storage agreement. The agreement must be completed and filed with the business office prior to the designated winter storage season. Storage is limited to boats weighing less than 16,500 pounds.
  1. Boats stored for the winter must be safely and securely supported. Boats hauled by crane must be stored on a cradle unless specific prior authorization is received from the crane operator and the Dock and Yard Committee.
  1. Members who store their boats for the winter at the Club may store their masts separately at no charge. Masts must be stored in the racks provided for mast storage. Members who store their boats elsewhere may store their mast at the Club for a $60 fee (see “Dock & Yard Fees”).
  1. Summer storage of masts separate from boats is not allowed. Masts are not to be stored on the walkways at any time. Masts may be placed temporarily on the lawn during seasonal launch and haul-out periods. This is defined as being for no more than two weeks before the 2nd weekend of May and for no more than one week after the 2nd weekend of October. Owners of any mast found in an unauthorized area will be moved and charged a $110.00 fine.



  1. Slips and Dry Sail spaces can only be assigned which are adequate for the member’s boat as deemed by the Dock and Yard Committee. The Dock and Yard Committee reserves the right to assign all slips.
  1. A Junior, Full, or Life member can request to have his/her name placed on the waiting list for assignment to either a slip or a space in a Dry-Sail Area by application to the Dock and Yard Committee accompanied by an annual non-refundable payment of fifty dollars ($50.00).
  1. The waiting list for slips and dry-sail space will be posted on the Dock and Yard Committee bulletin board and kept current. Posting of names will be made only by the Dock and Yard Committee.
  1. The renter of the slip must be the predominant user of the boat and the slip.
  1. A member on the waiting list for whom no slip or dry-sail space is available or refuses an available slip or dry-sail space can maintain his seniority position on the list with an annual non-refundable payment of fifty dollars ($50.00).
  1. Upon written application, payment of 50% of the normal rental fee, and approval by the Dock and Yard committee, a member may relinquish his/her slip or dry-sail space privileges for a period of up to one year. The member will be assigned a slip or dry-sail space the following season. If the member does not use the slip or dry-sail space the following season, the space will be given to the next eligible person on the waiting list for the full current fee.
  1. Members who have paid slip or dry-sail fees, and later decide to move their boats or equipment elsewhere, will be able to receive refunds as follows:

Prior to March 1st – 80% of the fee.

March 1st until March 31st – 40% of the fee.

Within 30 days of May 1st – 20% of the fee.

After May 1st – No refund.

Dated, written requests must be submitted to the Dock and Yard Committee specifying the desired refund.

  1. Slip holders are required to sign the Slip License Agreement prior to rental and must be prepared to show proof of liability and property damage insurance with limits of at least $300,000 per occurrence at the time of signing. Renters will not be permitted to use the assigned slip until proof of insurance meets Club requirements and has been provided to the Club by the boat owner. (See the Slip License Agreement or visit the Club business office for additional details).
  1. Upon the death of a slip renter, only the legal partner of the slip renter can continue renting the slip. They must be or become a Junior, Full or Life Member of the Club.
  1. Slip or dry-sail space renters may rent only one slip or dry sail area space at a time. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the Dock and Yard Committee.
  1. If a member is interested in using a mooring, they should contact Torresen Marine for more information on rental prices and procedures.


  1. Slips and dry-sail spaces are assigned at the December Slip and Dry-Sail Area Assignment Meeting. The meeting is always the first Saturday after December 1st. A member, or an authorized delegate, wanting a slip or dry-sail space, must attend this meeting in person. A letter or email request for slips or dry-sail space will not be acknowledged.
  1. All slip and dry-sail space holders who were assigned a slip or dry-sail space at the December Slip and Dry-Sail Area Assignment meeting will be entitled to a slip or dry-sail space for their boat.
  1. All transfers and new assignments will be processed according to Slip and Dry-Sail Area Waiting List seniority.
  1. Transfers and assignments will be made in the following order:
  • Existing slip holders who want to transfer into a different slip will be addressed on the basis of seniority & slip availability.
  • Open slips and dry-sail spaces will be filled according to seniority on the Slip and Dry-Sail Area waiting list.
  • If after a complete review of the Slip and Dry-Sail Area waiting list, slips remain open, members at the meeting, but not on the waiting list may request a slip.
  • The Dock and Yard committee retains the right to award slips based on boat length and slip size.
  1. Slips that become available after the December Slip and Dry-Sail Area Assignment Meeting will be assigned on the basis of seniority on the Slip and Dry Sail Area Waiting List. Such assignments shall be temporary for one year. The Dock and Yard Committee has the discretion to not use this method if a slip becomes open after May 1st and it would be impractical to contact those at the slip meeting due to time constraints.


  • An official copy of the following lease agreement is available in PDF form on the Club website or in the Club business office.
  • Slip license agreements are valid May 1st through October 31st of the identified year.
  • Payment of the slip fees to the Club is a precondition to licensee use of the slip.
  • Licensees will accept and acknowledge that the slip is provided is in “as-is” condition and shall conduct use of the slip in accordance with all governmental laws, including without limitation the Club Red Book. Alterations, improvements, or additions to the slip must be approved by the Dock and Yard Committee.
  • In the case of revocation or termination of the lease, fees will be returned in that limited portion as described in the Red Book.
  • Licensee shall indemnify and hold harmless the Club from any and all liability for loss, damage, injury, or another casualty to persons or property caused or occasioned by or arising from any act, use, or occupancy or negligence, by or of the licensee or any of the licensee’s agents, servants, guests, visitors, licensees or employees occurring during the term of this license.
  • Licensees shall keep current a policy of liability and property damage insurance with limits of at least $300,000 per occurrence.


(See also “Dock & Yard Rules” and the section titled “Storage of Boats & Items on Club Property”)


  1. The hoist will be inspected annually, on or before June 1st.
  1. The hoist may only be used by trained members.
  1. The hoist will not be operational when high water impedes access.
  1. Training will be offered by a Club-approved instructor, annually on launch day, or at such other times as may be appropriate, including when a new member joins and intends to use the hoist. See the Club office or a Dock and Yard Committee member for more information on training.
  1. Club employees are not allowed to use the hoist unless they are also members (i.e. Club employees may not use the hoist to launch member boats).


(See also “Dock & Yard Rules” and the section titled “Storage of Boats & Items on Club Property”)

  1. Your dry-sail space on the ramp side is not defined by an entire marked parking space, but rather, just the area the boat and trailer need. This allows accommodation of more boats than just the number of marked parking spaces and maximizes the number of members requesting space in the Dry-Sail Area. Please occupy only the width of space required by your boat/trailer as prescribed by the Dock and Yard Committee.
  1. Your dry-sail space agreement also does not assign a specific space to your boat. In general, the Club typically waits to see how many and what type of boats need space each summer and then the Dock and Yard Committee works to arrange and optimize how each year’s boats fit in the limited space. Storage patterns are typically set around July 4th. Members that have reserved dry-sail space will receive an email containing a map showing where each boat should be parked for the season. Lessees are asked to continue parking their boat in accordance with that particular season’s arrangement.
  1. Boats on trailers are to be kept next to the Octagon building and boats on dollies along the beach. This minimizes the impact on cars driving through the parking lot and optimizes the space people need to maneuver into the launch ramp.
  1. Just like the larger boats in the marina, please remember to tie off any halyards or other lines while storing your boat in the Dry Sail Area that can make noise in the wind.
  1. If a member is only bringing a boat or using the launch ramp for the day, please be courteous to your fellow members and make every effort to park cars and trailers within the lines in the parking lot. Sometimes the best spot may actually be along the street where it may be easier for you to navigate if the parking lot is very full of cars. (see also Rule #5 under “Storage of Boats and Items on Club Property”).


(See also “Dock & Yard Rules” and the section titled “Storage of Boats & Items on Club Property”)

  1. Transient docking fees shall be set at the beginning of each year. Non-members visiting under reciprocity, or as a guest of a member in good standing, must sign in at the Club bar or office and pay for dockage upon arrival. Any boat tied to the dock for more than four hours shall pay docking fees (see “Dock & Yard Fees: Temporary and Overnight Docking”). Any boat tied to a dock after 11:00 pm shall pay docking fees. Members who fail to register are subject to a $25 fine and will be assessed a $1.50/ft. rental rate for their stay.
  1. Unattended boats will not be allowed to be tied to the dock for more than four (4) hours. Violators of this rule will be subject to the prescribed monetary fine as described in “Dock & Yard Fees: Temporary and Overnight Docking”.
  1. Members tied up at any of the docks at the Club on Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays may not have dinghies or inflatables in tow, since they occupy valuable dock space. Dinghies or inflatables are permitted only in rented slips provided that they don’t obstruct the fairway.
  1. Dock space cannot be reserved. Leaving fenders, dock lines, etc. to indicate possession is not permitted.